Efficient Provisioning Of Complex Structures Over Unsecured Channels
This invention is an intrinsic part of a scheme called SKS/KeyGen2 where SKS represent a comparatively simple (but secure) electronic device that can hold cryptographic keys (e.g. “smart card”) which can be use for authentication etc. KeyGen2 is a matching high-level protocol for provisioning an SKS device with such keys.
Publication Date27 February 2012
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